Question about Car Audio & Video
Connect all of the speaker wires and remote antenna and amp turn on leads first. connect the antenna coax and ground wire. then apply the memory and hot wires. if you experience ignition noise at low volumes cut the ground wire and let the headunit ground through the antenna jack (providing you don't have a floating ground system (i.e., if all speaker grounds are tied together)).
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
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